William 6 RuffinBorn: About 1785 (Brunswick Co, VA) married: Margaret RITCHIE Died: Fall of 1825 will posted in Wake Co, NC) Parents: Robert and Mary Clack Lightfoot Ruffin
2.William Ritchie Ruffin b. 1826 NC
mar. 1846 Ga. Nancy Mix b. 1835 Ga. (2nd wife - Mary) 1880 Census Loachapoka, Lee Co. Ala. Nancy with Thomas and John David.
1 Paul Ruffin b. 6 Feb. 1885 Twin AL.- 2 Thomas Claud Ruffin b. 6 Feb. 1885 Twin AL - 1974 3 Ethel Ruffin b. 13 Nov. 1886 AL 4 Florence Ruffin b. 11 May 1889 AL 5 John Paul Ruffin b. 8 May 30,1892 AL- Feb 1967 Shreveport, Caddo Parish, LA 6 Nancy Lee Ruffin b. 3 May 1897 GA-Nov 17,1966. (married in 1916 Jessie Joshua Stephen)Died Stewart Co, Red Hill Thomas Claud (died March 1974) mar. Florence Pearl Chennault (died 3,Feb. 1963)Both buried in Evergreen Cemetery, St Augustine, Florida. Florence mar. Rob Beale (founder of Beall department store) Nancy Lee mar. Jessie Joshua Stephen Stevens 1916 Researcher for this line: email@example.com Florence firstname.lastname@example.org Rebekah
Albert Ruffin Augusta Ward 2, Richmond, GA 35 1824 Connecticut Male Margrett Ruffin Augusta Ward 4, Richmond, GA 51 1808 South Carolina Female Mary Ruffin Augusta Ward 4, Richmond, GA 18 1841 South Carolina Female ================= Albert G Ruffin District 119, Richmond, GA 40 1819 North Carolina Male Painter $2300(real estate) $3500 [personal] Catherine Ruffin District 119, Richmond, GA 39 1820 Georgia Female William Ruffin District 119, Richmond, GA 14 1845 Georgia Male Robt Ruffin District 119, Richmond, GA 9 1850 Georgia Male Juriah H. Ruffin District 119, Richmond, GA 5 1854 Georgia Male
Georgia Weekly Telegraph, Nov. 6, 1868 -- page 8 The fight at Augusta
The Chronicle and Sentinel of yesterday morning says:
About 3 o'clock pm a Radical negro named Daniel, who was formerly employed about this office, made some insulting remarks to a gentleman who was standing by the Greene Street gate of the City Hall. The latter replied to him whereupon Daniel drew his pistol. At the same time the white man drew his, and fired at the negro, who dodged the shot and ran for his life. This excited the crowd, some of whom drew their pistols and commenced firing. A mulatto named Carroll Dent, who was endeavoring to get away from the fracas, was shot in the back and killed. Two other negroes and one white man were slightly wounded. The excitement now became intense and a bloody riot appeared imminent.
Major St. Onge, in command of the Federal troops, here came out into Green street and drew his men up in line, ready for action. Several prominent citizens were soon in consultation with him, and by their united efforts quiet was restored. Guards were then stationed around the polls, and the excitement seemed about to subside when Mr. Albert G. Ruffin, the Radical Sheriff, went to arrest a young man for carrying concealed weapons. He called upon the military to make the arrest, but they refused, as it was not in their province. The Sheriff then undertook to make the arrest, which created another excitement, in the course of which a pistol was fired, and Mr. Ruffin was observed to turn very pale. Dr. Dearing went up to him and commenced to examine him, Ruffin saying not a word. In a few seconds, he fell back and, with a few gasps, expired. It was found, then that he had received a wound in the back from a pistol shot, fired by an unknown person, which caused his death.
After this, better counsels prevailed and the crowd retired from the polls.
1910 United States Federal Census > Georgia > Muscogee > Nances > District 94 (image 37) Ruffin, John D. 49 married 27 years AL AL AL woodturner Lumber Co Fannie wife 51 married 27 years 6-6 GA GA GA Claud 25 AL AL GA Machinist Oil Mills Paul 25 AL AL GA Foundry Florence 20 AL AL GA Stengrapher Junk Dealer John D. Jr. 18 GA AL GA Sash Door Blinds *Correction John Paul Nannie L 12 GA AL GA
Raleigh NC Newspapers Abstracts 1820-1829. Compiler Lois S. Neal, 1980.
Died at the home of her son, Albert G. Ruffin, in Hanover Co, VA, Mrs. Margaret Ruffin, widow of the late William Ruffin, Esq, formerly of this city. In the fall of 1825, Mrs. Ruffin lost in the short space of four days her husband and a son.
In fall of 1826, she lost another son, a resident of the State of Mississippi, who died in Philadelphia.
Which William and Margaret was this? This Indenture made this 16th day of June 1794 between Lemon Shell and Sarah his wife; John Dugger, Jr and Frances his wife of county of Brunswick and William Ruffin and Margaret his wife of County aforesaid of the one part and Charles Lucas of the County of Brunswick of the other part...for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty three pounds twelve shillings...do hereby bargain sell alien, etc. to said Charles Lucas...3 different parcels of land (as hereafter expressed) all in one tract containing two hundred & 72 acres of land lying and being in County of Brunswick. Deed Book 15, pg 542